Friday, June 18, 2010

Ten unique Father's Day gifts under $100

Posted By on Fri, Jun 18, 2010 at 4:03 PM

Update, June 18, 4:35 p.m: This Sunday is "Free Cats for Dad on Father's Day" at the Pikes Peak Humane Society in Colorado Springs. All already spayed or neutered cats and kittens are free for fathers. The shelter is open from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Father's Day is fast approaching (it's this Sunday people), and for those of you scrambling to find a gift that isn't a new golf club or a combo sock/underwear pack, here are ten odd picks all under $100 for those dads you can never seem to find a good gift for.

Sporty Dad: For the dad that loves to golf, why not treat him to a ball that will let him win every time? The Remote Controlled Golf Ball is $20.79 and is the perfect hole-in-one Father's Day gift.

Couch Potato Dad: When dad wants to spend some quality time to himself, a great investment is the Massaging Bed Rest. At only $99.95, this bed rest is great for snacking during those Monday Night Football games.

Newspaper Dad: Those crossword-loving, sudoku masters will appreciate this Crossword Granite Coaster Set from the New York Times. The set includes four coasters, which display a blank crossword puzzle, across clues, down clues and the finished puzzle, all for $59.95.

Nerd Dad: Dads will flip over these custom skins for iPods, phones, laptops and game system for $29.95. Upload a picture of the kids and he'll be able to keep a picture with him wherever his nerdy adventures take him.

Fix-it Dad: Mr. Fix It to the rescue with this handy Cordless Air Compressor. At $69.95, dad can fix that flat on the side of the road in a jiffy.

Grill Dad: Father's Day is one of the best excuses to haul out the grill and get cooking. For $99.99, your dad can also enjoy a cold one by the pool with this Cool Bar Patio Table.

Worldly Dad: That traveler will be glad to come home to this: a Digital Luggage Scale which, for $29.95, will tell him the weight of any suitcase so that he never had to pay that horrible overweight bag fee again.

Adrenaline Dad: Those adrenaline junkies can travel to Denver for this Stock Car Ride Along in a real NASCAR car driven by a professional. It's a little above prince range at $135, but for 3 laps at hundreds of miles, it's worth it.

Charitable Dad: Those dads with a caring heart will appreciate a donation to his favorite charity. For any amount upwards of $10, you can give back to your community and make dad's heart swell in the process.

Gadget Dad: For dads who welcomed the 21st century with open arms, here is a spy gadget cool enough to make Bond jealous. For $99.95 your dad can own a Digital Video Pen Camera to catch everything wherever he goes.

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